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Franck, Frederick

FRANCK, Frederick

FRANCK, Frederick. Also writes as Dr. Frank Fredericks. American (born Netherlands), b. 1909. Genres: Art/Art history, Theology/Religion. Career: Freelance writer and artist. Publications: (as Dr. Frank Fredericks) Open Wide, Please, 1957; (with L. Begue) Au Pays du Soleil, 1958; Days with Albert Schweitzer, 1959; My Friend in Africa, 1960; African Sketchbook, 1961; My Eye Is in Love, 1963; Outsider in the Vatican, 1965; Au Fil de l'Eau, 1965; I Love Life, 1967; Exploding Church, 1967; (with L. Begue) Openboek Croquis Parisiens, 1969; Simenon's Paris, 1970; Tussen Broek en Brooklyn, 1971; Tutte le Strade portano a Roma, 1970; The Zen of Seeing, 1973; Pilgrimage to Now/Here, Christ-Buddha and the True Self of Man, 1973; An Encounter with Oomoto, 1975; The Book of Angelus Silesius, 1976; Zen and Zen Classics, 1978; Everyone: The Timeless Myth of Everyman Reborn, 1978; The Awakened Eye, 1979; Art as a Way: A Return to the Spiritual Roots, 1981; The Buddha Eye: An Anthology of the Kyoto School, 1982; The Supreme Koan: Confessions of a Journey Inward, 1982; Messenger of the Heart: The Book of Angelus Silesius, 1982; De Zen Van het Zien, 1982; Echoes from the Bottomless Well, 1985; De Droomzolder, Oog in oog met Venetie, 1985; Life Drawing Life, 1989; Little Compendium on That which Matters, 1989, 1993; To Be Human against All Odds, 1991; Zen Seeing, Zen Drawing, 1993; Fingers Pointing towards the Sacred, 1994; Drawings of Lambarene, Albert Schweitzer's Hospital in Action, 1994; The Tao of the Cross, 1995; (co-ed.) What Does It Mean to Be Human?, 1998; Beyond Hiroshima, 1999; Watching the Vatican, 2000; Pacem in Terris: A Love Story, 2000; Moments of Seeing, 2000; Seeing Venice: An Eye in Love, 2002; A Passion for Seeing, 2003; A Zen Book of Hours, 2003. Address: Pacem in Terris, 96 Covered Bridge Rd, Warwick, NY 10990, U.S.A.

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